Desmond Tutu, a Nobel laureate and international personality, made an impassioned plea to Israel to be held accountable for its crimes in Palestine and supported the BDS movement. This plea has been repeated in many world media, including in the Israeli newspaper Ha'aretz:
But CBC would not publish it. Instead CBC published an article by the moron Jon Voight in which he accused critics of Israel's massacre in Gaza as being anti-Semitic, an absolutely absurd charge.
How could CBC consider the statements by the non-entity, movie actor Jon Voight more relevant and worthy of publication than the words of Desmond Tutu? Indeed, how can this be explained?
Even Israeli media are willing to give the other side a voice, but not CBC.
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